Severe storms expected in Midwest, Northeast as South heats up

PHOTO: Joggers run in a park during a downpour on Aug. 9, 2019, in New York City.PlayJohannes Eisele/AFP/Getty Images
WATCH Severe storms in the heartland, flash floods in Midwest

Among the 182 damaging storm reports from over the weekend were 12 that included tornadoes, from the Rockies into the Plains.

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Flash flooding was reported in parts of Arkansas as Little Rock saw more than 4 inches of rain on Saturday, a new daily record for the city. Other parts of the state got more than half a foot of rain.

That system is likely to deliver severe storms into the Midwest on Monday -- with threats of damaging winds, a few tornadoes, flashing flooding or hail -- and then move farther East on Tuesday.

PHOTO: Severe storms are expected over a wide section of the Midwest on Monday. ABC News
Severe storms are expected over a wide section of the Midwest on Monday.
PHOTO: Severe weather moves into the mid-Atlantic on Tuesday. ABC News
Severe weather moves into the mid-Atlantic on Tuesday.

Dangerous heat and humidity should continue on Monday throughout the South, where many places will feel like triple digits.

Heat alerts have been issued for 13 states -- and some parts of the region may feel like 115 degrees because of the humidity.

The dangerous heat in the South is expected to continue into Tuesday.

PHOTO: Dangerous high temps are predicted throughout much of the South on Monday. ABC News
Dangerous high temps are predicted throughout much of the South on Monday.